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Watson, Richard (1612-1685)
Historical Collections of ecclesiastic affairs in Scottland and Politick related to them (London, 1657)
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Watson, Richard (1737-1816)
Two apologies, one for Christianity, in a series of letters addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq. The other for the Bible, in answer to Thomas Paine. To which are added two sermons, and a charge, in defence of revealed religion (London : Scatcherd and Letterman, 1816)
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Watson, Thomas (c.1620-1686)  en
Autarkeia, or, The art of divine contentment by Thomas Watson. (London : T.M. for Ralph Smith, 1654)
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The Beatitudes: Or, a Discourse Upon Part of Christ's Famous Sermon on the Mount (London : Ralph Smith, 1671)
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A body of practical divinity : consisting of above one hundred and seventy-six sermons on the Shorter Catechism composed by the reverend Assembly of Divines at Westminster ; with a supplement of some sermons on several texts of Scripture ; a new edition: to which is now added, by the same author, The Art of divine contentment; and, Christ's various fulness (London : W. Baynes)
Vol. 1 (1807)
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A body of practical divinity consisting of above one hundred seventy six sermons on the lesser catechism composed by the reverend assembly of divines at Westminster : with a supplement of some sermons on several texts of Scripture (London : Thomas Parkurst ..., 1692)
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A body of practical divinity: consisting of above one hundred and seventy six sermons on the lesser catechism, composed by the reverend assembly of divines at Westminster. With a supplement of some sermons, on several texts of Scripture (London, 1692)
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The Christian's charter shewing the priviledges of a believer by Thomas Watson. (London : T.R. & E.M. for Ralph Smith, 1654)
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The crown of righteousness. Set forth in a sermon preached at Stephens Walbrook, May 1. 1656. At the funeral of Thomas Hodges Esquire. (London : Joseph Crawford, at the signe of the Kings Head in Pauls Church-yard, 1656)
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A divine cordial, or, The transcendent priviledge of those that love God and are savingly called published by Thomas Watson ... (London : Tho. Parkhurst ..., 1663)
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The doctrine of repentance, useful for these times by Tho. Watson ... (London : R.W. for Thomas Parkhurst ..., 1668)
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The duty of self-denial briefly opened and urged. By Thomas Watson, minister of the Gospel (London : Tho. Parkhurst, at the Bible and three Crowns in Cheapside, near Mercers Chappel; and at the Bible on London-Bridg, 1675)
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An eglogue vpon the death of the right honorable Sir Francis Walsingham late principall secretarie to her Maiestie, and of her most honourable priuie councell. VVritten first in latine by Thomas Watson gentleman, and now by himselfe translated into English. (At London : Robert Robinson, 1590)
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The fight of faith crowned, or, A sermon preached at the funeral of that eminently holy man Mr. Henry Stubs by Tho. Watson ... (London : and are to be sold by Joseph Collier ..., 1678)
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The godly mans picture drawn with a scripture-pensil, or, Some characteristical notes of a man that shall go to heaven by Thomas Watson ... (London : Thomas Parkhurst ..., 1666)
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Gods anatomy upon mans heart. Or, A sermon preached by order of the Honorable House of Commons, at Margarets Westminster, Decemb. 27. Being a day of publick humiliation By Thomas Watson, pastor of Stephens Walbrooke, London. (London : Ralph Smith, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bible in Cornhill neer the Royall Exchange, 1654)
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Heaven taken by storm, or, The holy violence a Christian is to put forth in the pursuit after glory by Thomas Watson ... (London : R.W. for Tho. Parkhurst ..., 1670)
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The holy Eucharist, or, The mystery of the Lords Supper briefly explained by Thomas Watson ... (London : A. Maxwell, for Thomas Parkhurst ..., 1668)
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The holy longing: or, The saints desire to be with Christ: delivered in a sermon at Al-hallows Lumbard-street, Aug. 24. 1658. At the funeral of Mr. Jacob Stock. (London : E.M. for Ralph Smith, at the sign of the Bible in Corn-hill, near the Royal Exchange., 1659)
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